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Gaston Clermont

Gaston Clermont
Member of Parliament
for Labelle
In office
October 1960 – April 1963
In office
November 1965 – June 1968
Member of Parliament
for Gatineau
In office
June 1968 – March 1979
Personal details
Born 5 December 1913
Chomedey, Quebec
Died 12 January 2005(2005-01-12) (aged 91)
Ottawa, Ontario[1]
Political party Liberal
Profession businessman, executive, manager

Gaston Clermont (5 December 1913 – 12 January 2005) was a Liberal party member of the Canadian House of Commons. He was born in Chomedey, Quebec and became a businessman by career, which included executive and management activity.[2]

The son of Romain Clermont and Dina Hotte, Clermont was educated in Montreal and entered business at Thurso. In 1946, he married Marie-Blanche Boulerice.[3]

He was first elected at the Labelle riding in a 31 October 1960 by-election and served for the latter portion of the 24th Canadian Parliament. He remained a Member of Parliament there until 1968, except for a one-term defeat in the 1963 federal election by the Social Credit party's Gérard Girouard.[2]

For the 1968 federal election, Clermont switched to the Gatineau riding and was elected there for three terms. He left national office after completing his term in 1979 with the 30th Parliament.[2]


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